Enjoy browsing our extensive range of woven fabrics. You can design your own woven material online using our design interface, and see your artwork or photos come to life in a new and exciting way. Woven textiles are strong and durable and have a plethora of wonderful qualities. From chiffon and chenille to twill and crepe, there is a woven fabric for everyone and every project.
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Woven fabrics are a wide and versatile group. They include so many different textiles, with varying characteristics.
Choose from our wide range of beautiful woven fabrics.
Tightly woven poly-based canvas. Thick and stiff construction. Matt finish.
Beautiful fluid drape. Strong and taut twill with a smooth sateen face.
Shimmery face. Appearance of silk with the durability of a poly. Soft and cool to the touch.
Pretty, light and feminine. Sheer body with a slight sparkly. Lovely drape.
A highly lustrous double faced sateen.Lightweight and semi-transparent. Taut all over.
Feels very similar to cotton. Smooth to the touch. Anti-wrinkle and strong.
Durable, soft and water resistant half panama. Solid poly-blend with a springy body.
Shiny face fabric with a delicate net-like structure. Non-fray and splash-proof.
Durable waterproof and windproof fabric. Crisp finish with a slight sheen on the face. Non-fray.
Thick, fluffy woven pile. Split microfibre. Water absorbent and soft.
50% cotton 50% poly. Desaturated print. Vintage effect. Lightweight.
Elegant drape. Sheer and light silky fabric. Soft and semi-transparent.
Coarse weave with a natural "linen look" appearance. Soft and matt with an off-white base.
Characteristic herringbone weave. Creamy textured face with a cotton handle. Poly-blend.
"Linen look." Some transparency. No abrasion. Crisp print.
Solid, durable canvas with an even texture. Off-white base tone, semi-transparent finish.
81% cotton, 19% poly. Semi-opaque poplin weave. Intense colours. Bright face. Fine brushed surface.
70% cotton, 30% poly coating. Hard-wearing. Breathable, Slight brushed surface. Ivory base tone.
85% cotton, 15% poly. Smooth and soft face. Matt reverse. Easy to handle. Tight twill weave.
Lovely twill weave. Fine brushed surface that is soft and matt. Frim handle.
Lightweight poly, peached face. Tough, taut. No stretch. Splash proof. Bright white base.
Classic ripstop. Strengthened square grid structure. Semi-transparent. Waterproof.
Elegant taffeta with a smooth, crisp surface. Lustrous and lively sheen. Good strength.
Very strong and durable. 2/2 poly blend, twill weave. Smooth, structured, slightly textured.
Soft and strong chenille with the classic textured caterpillar pile. Water absorbent. Resists abrasion.
Stunning 100% real silk. Transparent and airy. Very light with a lovely drape and crepe texture.
100% real silk. Smooth, shiny, flowing drape. Very light. Natural sheen. Luxury handle.
Wonderful silk alternative with a slight stretch. Solid with a shiny face and matt reverse. Plain closed weave.
Lightweight. PU coated. Slight rubbery reverse. Solid and firm with a little bit of give.
100% cotton. Light, airy and smooth. Very light. Lovely drape and flow.
85% cotton, 15% linen. Cool and smooth to the touch. Has some stretch. Slightly stiff structure.
100% natural cotton with a classic satin weave. Smooth face and matt finish. Crisp and cool.
Sheer finish. Fine open weave. Very light. Shiny, semi-transparent. Natural flowing drape.
100% organic cotton. Slightly textured surface. Heavy, opaque, matt.
Lovely poly Georgette made from twisted yarns. Dry, crepe face. Transparent. Floaty and airy. Lovely drape.
Luxurious jacquard lace. White knitted lace front with an elegant silvery satin back. Soft, slightly stretchy.
Distinct dobby weave. 10% linen, 90% poly. Characteristic surface detail. Slight sheen on face.
100% natural cotton. Smooth and soft face. Matt reverse. Easy to handle. Tight twill weave.
100% organic cotton. Poplin weave. Untreated white base with unique slubbing effect. Crisp weave with no give.
100% organic cotton. Poplin weave. Untreated with unique slubbing effect. Crisp with no give.
Lightweight, soft, double-faced. Stretchy. Textured crepe handle. Strong white base tone.
100% half panama with crease free satin face. Slight sheen. Waterproof and wipeable.
Classic crepe face. Beautiful drape. Lightweight. Elegant and strong. Taut.
10oz Denim, bright white base. Taut and tightly woven. Soft yet strong, durable fabric.
100% real silk with a twill weave. Lightweight, durable, strong print detail. Soft with a flowing drape.
Super lightweight poly satin with a smooth fave. High shine surface and light reflecting qualities with excellent drape.
Short pile makes for a super soft fabric, scrim back, opaque with slight sheen.
100% natural and organic. Half panama canvas weave, great for crafting and light upholstery.
100% organic and natural. Diagonal drill weave. Lighter weight denim alternative.
100% natural cotton. Soft finish with a subtle shine to the face. A smooth fabric.
Plain woven, semi-synthetic fabric. Soft and string, incredibly versatile.
Stiff, Matt, Opaque, Woven, Poly. Medium Weight Canvas. Use: bags, sails, heavy canvas, upholstery, wall art.
Wash at 30°c, low tumble dry heat, hang to dry, do not wring, low heat iron.
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Fabrics made from weaving tend to be tauter and hardier than knitted fabrics. This makes them strong and durable and easy to care for. As woven fabrics can fray, it is always important to finish them off with the correct hem - a zigzag stitch or serger work best. They keep their shape well and are less prone to snagging and stretching. To ensure your customized woven fabric always looks its best, we recommend only washing them in a cool and delicate wash - never above 30 degrees C. Leave them to drip dry and if in any doubt, you can take them to a specialist dry cleaners.
The question should be, what can't you make with woven material? There are so many uses for wovens that the choice really is quite endless. They tend to be a popular option for a lot of different kinds of clothing. Poplin and twill make wonderful material for shirts, thanks to their structure and smart aesthetic. Crepe is a very popular choice for dresses, skirts and blouses. The wedding dress industry use weaves in abundance. Fabrics such as organza, chiffon, Georgette, and taffeta are always popular in the construction of bridal dresses, thanks to their ethereal and feminine qualities. The peached and poly-coated woven fabrics make great choices for outdoor items such as windbreakers, splash suits and umbrellas. See what you can make and let us know the results.
If you can’t decide on which photo to use, you can upload multiple images and create a photo collage. This can be done using one of our pre-set montage templates, or you can create your own entirely from scratch. It’s super easy to do and the possibilities are endless.
Step 1 – Click the start design button & select your product options.
Step 2 – Go to the ‘Images & Text Tools’ tab, click the ‘add images/Text’ button on your product & ‘Select Images to Upload’ or use the Facebook/Instagram tabs.
Step 3 – Choose the images you want to use for your collage, upload & select them from the uploaded photos list.
Step 4 – Click ‘Create montage’ & select your collage style.
Step 5 – Add the collage to your design.
We are very proud of our specialist printing method, that is achieved through the careful work of the Bags of Love print technicians. Using water-based inks, your designs are printed deep into the fibers of your chosen woven material. Not only does this lock in the color, it creates a permanent and bold print that will not fade over use or time (as long as care instructions are followed). Every fabric has its own unique characteristics. This means that they each take the ink a little differently and as a result, the print can be more vibrant or softer. The base tones of the fabrics can make a big difference too, so make sure you read up about each fabric before making your selection.
You can also choose how you want the edges of your textile to be finished:
There are certain measurements that you should keep in mind if you want your fabric hemmed. Please factor these into your final dimensions: